Rinella Produce, established in 1914. Family-owned Service at Wholesale Prices
Business Hours:

Mon-Fri: 6AM - 10PM

Sat: 6AM - 1PM

Sun: 2PM - 10PM

231 SE Alder St
Portland, OR 97214

(503)238-1360

We accept:

We accept cash, check, credit cards and debit cards.
Business Hours:

Mon-Fri: 6AM - 10PM

Sat: 6AM - 1PM

Sun: 2PM - 10PM

231 SE Alder St Portland, OR 97214

(503)238-1360

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Our Company

An old picture of Frank Rinella Jr. delivering fresh produce from the back of his truck.


History

On a mission to find the American Dream, the Rinella and Lombardo families immigrated from Sicily and Rome, Italy to the United States. After making a stop in Manhattan, New York, they eventually settled in Portland, Oregon. The business was started in 1914 by Frank Rinella, Sr. His son, Frank Rinella, Jr., carried on the tradition. With only one truck at the time, David Rinella took over in the early 1980's for his father. His wife, Cindy, joined him in 1986 when they married.


Today

Rinella Produce remains family-owned and operated. David and Cindy currently run the business with the help of their three children: Jennifer, Michael and Rachel. Located in the heart of Portland, near Produce Row, we are in one of the oldest existing produce distribution buildings on the West Coast.

Mr. Rinella holding a meeting with our salespeople in the warehouse, highlighting new deals on eggs and produce.

Service

Our products include fresh produce, oils, proteins, and frozen and canned goods and much more. We have an expert prep crew on-site to cater to your individual needs be it thinly sliced mushrooms for pizza, trimmed green beans for a catering event or peeled potatoes for home!

You can place an order the night before - until midnight - for a next day delivery! Delivery service is available with orders over $100. Individuals and businesses alike are welcome to visit our warehouse and hand-select their own produce at discounted prices. Orders can be called-in and made ready for pick-up upon arrival.

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Frank Rinella Jr. and David Rinella standing in front of a Rinella Produce truck. Newspaper article about Mr. Rinella from 1981 titled 'Virtuoso of vegetables croons to cabbage and customers'. Newspaper article about the growth of Rinella Produce titled 'Rinella forced to grow'.